Juventus could let Weston Mckennie leave for a considerable amount in the approaching summer transfer window, with Tottenham Hotspur and other Premier League clubs showing interest in the Texan.
As per La Gazzetta dello Sport, Juventus could seek a transfer fee of around €40million for the permanent services of Weston Mckennie this summer.
The report understands that several clubs in Premier League, including Tottenham, are reportedly interested in signing the midfielder.
When Fabio Paratici was Juve’s Chief Football Officer, the Old Lady signed McKennie. Paratici is now the Managing Director of Football at Spurs and a huge admirer of the American, who will turn 24 in August this year. Spurs believe that Mckennie could do well under the management of Antonio Conte.
Under the supervision of Massimiliano Allegri, McKennie made a decent start to the season, but a series of underperforming displays and a season-ending injury marred his 2021/22 campaign.
The 23-year-old has scored only three goals but has failed to add any assist to his name from 20 appearances in Serie A this season, potentially making the Bianconeri management unsure of his long-term future in Turin.
Signed on a permanent deal last summer, the midfielder is bound to Juve’s contract until June 2025.